Hotel San Pedro de Majagua
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... hour journey back to Cusco that night trying to fall asleep in another dodgy hostel room. THANK GOD back in Copacabana we made the decision to short cut our journey a bit, meaning the next day we would fly directly to Lima (instead of doing lots of bus journeys to little towns in between) and after Lima fly directly up to Colombia to enjoy a warmer climate. Air travel has finally become affordable, we would both be happy if ...
... want to visit tomorrow. It seems very much like a Walmart, underwear prominently displayed, junk jewelry and all the normal groceries. We spend about an hour trying to buy as local as possible, I think we got everything we were looking for .. DayDay (my sister) even got Buffalo cheese and soy milk... Erin was ecstatic to find a Tres Leches cake. Good dessert for tonight. We return home to unpack and chill for a while and try to reconnect with world. ...
... this morning we were told at school that one of the students was robbed by the police a few days ago so, getting on the bike just wasn´t looking that appealing. Only one thing for it, trust my instincts, shove the police helmet on my bonce and climb on. Ten minutes later I´m shouting "aqui aqui aqui" and the lovely cop even escorted me to the gate without even demanding a goodbye kiss which, was a shame as he was rather tasty...
... themselves, barely containing their boredom. We hit the old town, La Candelaria, and I did my usual south american city visit with another teleferico ride and bought another outrageously fake football jersey. My wardrobe gonna look like a street stall spewed in it by the end I swear.
That night we dined at Andres Carne de Res. This must be the most organised establishment in the entire continent. Over 300 staff cater 500-odd diners in the 5-6 storey restaurant. ...
... shack on the beach with no toilets or running water. After the storm the city streets were flooded, making it difficult to navigate without getting wet. We headed to another mall so Vicki could get herself a Colombian soccer shirt and I wanted to have a look at the emeralds. So much more expensive here than Bogota, should have gotten more from there but I will test my bargaining skills. We met an English girl called Jo and we went to Plaza Trinidad for ...